Lucille Lackhan was born Lucille Rampersad in St. James, Trinidad on 27th May, 1941.
She left this earth on 15th August 2020 (one day after her 60th wedding date).
Daughter of David and Mary Rampersad
Beloved sister to Julien, Virginia, Stephen, Kenneth, Alan, Theresa, Errol, Vernon, Norma and Christine
Became a wife to Seewah Lackhan on 14th August, 1960
Blessed with four children: Susan, Sally Ann, Charlene, Naresh
Loving mother-in-law to: Robert, Russell, Nakul and Nalini
Proud grandmother of ten grandchildren: Sarah, Tabitha, Sylvan, Stephan, Moses, Nicholas, Raven, Brandon, Dylan and Ethan.
Her life was further enriched as Nana to her four great grandchildren: Layla, Ari, Ryea, and Kai.
Loved and respected by her grandsons-in-law: Devon and Adam
Loving aunt to numerous nieces and nephews in: Canada, England, Trinidad, and France
She migrated to America in 1995. She worked very hard, thus achieving the rewards of buying a house and traveling extensively.
Besides being a meticulous and diligent homemaker who loved to shop, cook and decorate her house, her career path reflects her being a Secretary, Assistant Store Manager and Home Health Aide at different periods of her life.
Her deep belief in God never wavered throughout her life, even amidst her illness. Her day would always start with reading from her prayer books, praying for all her loved ones and children everywhere.
Her family would always remember the countless self-sacrificing ways she showed her unconditional love to them throughout the years. They will treasure the many family gatherings where she would prepare curry mango, stew chicken, calloo, macaroni pie, sawine and numerous other dishes to ensure everyone was happy.
Our matriarch has left us physically but she will always be in our hearts. Her journey on this earth has come to an end. We miss her terribly, the grief is unbearable but we will always treasure the memories she left us with. She was an angel in the shape of our mum. Rest in peace.
I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.2 Timothy 4:7
Well done, good and faithful servant! Matthew 25:23